CQRs, radar reflectors etc

Emjaytoo

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We tacked our old one up the Veerse Meer (non tidal) once and when we looked at the plotter we were going backwards down the Veerse Meer.

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You need to buy stuff to be safe; and when you think you've got it all you will need to buy something else.

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Don't I know it. A firdell blipper was high on my list and several thousand spent later, I still don't have one.

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Funny actually - they're really not big in the U.S. - it's a huge market missed.
 

Duffer

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Thanks for your post which I did read - I just preferrred Guapa's reply /forums/images/graemlins/smile.gif

My impression is that ships radar picks me up fine but yacht radar won't be as good - so be it. IMHO any reflector is better than nothing.
 
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